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Real Estate Showcase - Park Views and Water Views

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FIFTH DIMENSION

Across from East Harlem’s Marcus Garvey Park at 124th Street, 2002 Fifth Avenue is now selling one- to three-bedroom co-ops, some with private outdoor space, ranging from 750 to 1,550 square feet. Ceiling heights reach nearly 10 feet and all feature wide-plank oak wood floors and washer/dryers. Sleek kitchens come with GE Profile appliances, custom smoked glass and polished aluminum upper cabinetry, and Tabu wood cabinetry below. Countertops are Carrara Calacatta gold marble. Master baths feature Italian marble floors and vanity tops. In addition to the building’s fitness center and sun terrace, the aforementioned park has a pool, a newly gussied-up ball field, playgrounds aplenty, and a huge amphitheater for concerts. Part-time doorman. From $439,000. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY.

KATHERINE GAUTHIER | 212-769-9832 | PRUDENTIAL DOUGLAS ELLIMAN

     
           
 

BROOKLYN BOUND

Northside Piers in Williamsburg is a five-acre retreat offering studios to three bedroom units, including duplex penthouses and townhouses with working fireplaces, along the East River. Located at the crossroads of North 5th St. and Kent Ave., residences range from 518 to 3,276 square feet and sport nine-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, maple hardwood floors, and washer/dryers. Stunning kitchens boast appliances from Sub-Zero, Thermador, Bosch and KitchenAid—along with maple cabinetry with Luce di Luna stone worktops. Inside the porcelain-tiled master baths, you’ll find separate glass-enclosed rain showers with glass tile floors, Kohler soaking tubs, and light ebonized oak double-sink vanities topped off in marble. Communal amenities include a 60,000-square-foot backyard with waterfront promenade, media rooms, playrooms, fitness center with a yoga studio and massage room, and roof deck. From the low-$500,000s. OCCUPANCY DECEMBER 2007.

RACHEL WEISS | 718-388-0606 | HALSTEAD PROPERTY DEVELOPMENTS MARKETING

 
   
         
 
 

DOWN BY THE RIVERSIDE

Along the Hudson, Riverhouse at One Rockefeller Park in Battery Park City is offering a mix of one- to four-bedroom condos, including duplexes and penthouses. A LEED-certified green building, units range from 822 to 4,000 square feet. Bamboo wood flooring and expansive windows prevail throughout, and ceilings soar from nine to 11 feet. Open kitchens feature Sub-Zero, Thermador, Miele, and Bosch appliances (including wine coolers and washer/dryers), teak wood-faced Schiffini cabinetry, and Corian countertops. Master baths are decked out in teak wood, marble, and granite and come with Zuma soaking tubs, separate glass-enclosed showers, and double-sink vanities with glazed lava stone tops. Rooftop gardens, terraces, and a lushly landscaped park abound, as do cabanas. There’s an indoor pool, fitness room, pet spa, resident’s lounge, café with a “library” (courtesy of City Bakery), a party room, and a playroom. From $785,000. OCCUPANCY LATE 2007.

ELIZABETH UNGER | 212-587-1200 | CORCORAN SUNSHINE MARKETING

 
       
“Luxury seeking buyers always look for the best there is, and gorgeous views have always been considered one of the most important requisites,” says executive VP of development and acquisitions for the Trump Organization, Donald Trump, Jr. “Incredible vistas are a component and result of the adage: location, location, location. It’s one of the factors that allow our developments to always outperform—our views add substantially to our premiums.”  
 


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